Read all nine written judgements of the nine justices who sat on the matter of the petition that challenged the validity of the election of President John Dramani Mahama as the validly elected President of the Republic of Ghana pursuant to the Presidential Election held on 7th and 8th December, 2012.
The complete official judgement, 588 pages long, is dated 29th August 2013 and titled PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION PETITION. It was released Tuesday afternoon, five days after the judgement was delivered in court.
Click to read Justice Atuguba's judgement.
Click to read Justice Ansah's judgement.
Click to read Justice Adinyira's judgement.
Click to read Justice Owusu's judgement.
Click to read Justice Dotse's judgement.
Click to read Justice Anin-Yeboah's judgement.
Click to read Justice Baffoe-Bonnie's judgement.
Click to read Justice Gbadegbe's judgement.
Click to read Justice Akoto-Bamfo's judgement.
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